New twist on DF27
Now that some time has passed and the methodologies for Y-DNA analysis have become more advanced and commonplace, we need to revisit the idea of the origin on R1B-DF27.
The old analysis from the 2017 paper used basic SNP testing and STRs - very rudimentary tactics compared to...
Jennifer Connelly, as described in the original poll as a dark haired celt. Some Colombian beauty queens have knockout looks with this complexion too.
Gene Tierney (Irish-American)
Liz Taylor would not be as celtic but the looks I can approve.
Though personality matters to me a great deal.
Here is total I1 percentage of the population by country, with the percent of the "big 3" in the total population shown in the right 3 columns.
This makes it easy to see that England and Germany were close, with Viking settlement raising the I1a1 later.
I have taken the numbers generously compiled by Expredel to make the following tables:
1. Percent of I1a3 (Z63) of total I1 in a country (column K)
2. Percent of I1a3 (Z63) of total population in a country (column L)
England/Netherlands and UK/Germany similarity shows that Z63 was a small...
S2078 is everywhere - too general to define by any group. There are some clear Gothic branches though like in the attached image. Other than using Yfull and FTDNA I have not seen good breakdowns of I1 subclade distributions by area.
So the Goths left a good contingent behind in Slavic...
I think it probable that a large component of the attack vector of IE expansion was disease. I've been reading about Central and South American events and it's truly horrific what happened from old world diseases alone.
I would venture a guess that all of the enormous expansions and...
Look there. I hope Reich sequences Y-DNA. Many are also curious if I1 could have crossed the channel before the Romans left.
It's pending now and being analyzed by the Z63 crew, admins of the Z58 and Z63 project at FTDNA.
So far all living men have tested positive for either DF29 (about 98+%) or Z17954. You can't be positive for both and this is the first test ever for a living man in this category.
You keep repeating the same things and I suspect that there is a language barrier between us.
Z63 is absolutely moved by Gothic tribes. I'm part of the Z63 FB group and FTDNA project. It's plainly obvious. If you don't want to believe me, believe Maciamo who is the very knowledgeable author...
I tried inputting those SNP into the FTDNA system and wasn't getting location date for either. On www.yfull.com S2097 has one in Germany, one in Italy (Palermo), and one in North Carolina, US.
Here is M253: